Question: I have a damaged cable, how do I repair it?
Answer: The first thing you're doing to need to do is get yourself a properly sized CRSM wrap around repair system for power cable oversheaths.
Step 1: Clean the damaged area on the cable and the adjacent (undamaged) PE jacket.
Lightly abrading the PE will assure the strongest possible bond.
Step 2: Remove the release paper from the CRSM shrink sleeve
Step 3: Wrap the CRSM sleeve in place
Step 4: Secure the rail and channel closure system in order to hold the CRSM in the shape
of a tube during the shrink process.
Step 5: Fire up your propane torch or industrial hot air gun and begin shrinking the sleeve; starting in the middle and moving your heat source circumstantially around the shrink sleeve.
Step 6: Continue shrink the CRSM sleeve; working your way to one edge;
then back to the middle; then out to the other edge.
Step 7: Check to see that you have adhesive flow on both ends of the shrink sleeve (along the cable). This is your seal. If that adhesive is there; and the CRSM sleeve is conformed to the cable;
you are finished. Simple and easy!